Dry Hair Solutions
If your hair is dry, then the best place to start to add moisture back into your hair is by using a room humidifier. If the air around you is lacking in moisture, that could be the culprit. A humidifier is great for adding needed moisture into the air. Even if you just use it at night the difference, it can make can make a huge difference.
Another remedy is to use butter, and it also adds plenty of shine to your hair. Start by massaging butter into your hair and put a shower cap on to cover your hair. After about a half hour you can remove the shower cap and shampoo your hair like normal making sure to rinse out all the butter.
If you would rather, you can use olive oil instead of butter. For best results here, heat up olive oil but do not let it boil. Rub the olive oil into your hair strands vigorously. Place a shower cap or plastic bag over your hair. At this point, wrap the whole thing with a towel for 45 minutes. After time has expired, just rinse your hair using shampoo to remove all the oil. Make sure you do rinse out all as it can clog the hair roots.
A tea rinse is a great way to hydrate your hair as well. Get some organic tea and brew it. Let the tea cool and then shampoo your hair using the tea. after which, just shampoo like normal to clean everything out.
Drying Your Hair
When you get out of the shower the best thing you can do for your hair is to not use a hair dryer to dry your hair. It is best to avoid any heat appliances so you don’t dry out the moisture you are trying to add to your hair. Your best bet is to wrap your hair in a cotton towel and give it several minutes to naturally absorb the moisture, after which you can unwrap your hair and just let it dry. If it is cold out, then you don’t want to go out without wearing a hat or scarf if it isn’t quite dry yet.